Question about 2004 Kia Amanti
Typically you don't change the timing belt on a car with less than 80-100K unless the water pump has gone out and you are in there anyway so you change it then to save time and money in the future.
I would say, obviously unless you are having timing issues, that at 52,000 miles you should be good to go for quite a while longer. That being said, if you are having check engine light issues and/or timing issues you might need to take a look at it.
Posted on May 18, 2009
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